SafeWise has developed a Partnership Report which is now available as a pdf download.
Chief Executive Rob Hattersley said: ‘This report, which we will produce every year from now on, provides key information on progress to our existing partners in terms of visitor numbers, programme development, learning and impact. It also outlines the clear benefits to potential new partner organisations of working with us to deliver skills for life education’.
Key achievements highlighted include new commissioned programmes for older people and 16-25 year olds living independently for the first time, a revamped primary schools programme, and new scenarios including a Co-operative store, double decker bus, and train track.
Readers are invited to download the brochure and send it on to contacts, especially businesses working in the skills for life areas the charity covers, such as road safety, travel, independent living, energy efficiency, financial literacy and much more. Businesses are invited to contact SafeWise for a look around and an informal chat in the first instance.